This is my “Hashioki “collection. “Hashioki” means chopsticks rest.
I like to use it according to the season. For example, Mt.fuji use in winter, clear glass use in summer, and acorns use in autumn.
When I want to make food look delicious, I use old style. Looks is important.
A closer photo of Kinkaku-ji - I love the reflection of it in the water and how it’s broken up by the stones in the water. It’s a lovely walk but, most places in Japan are! (The other Kinkaku-ji post has almost 200 likes now - I’m really proud of that picture and your support helped make me feel that way 😭 thank you - what are your favorite areas of Japan? I want to explore more🤗)
I’ve been spending a little more time lately focusing on my own little project, and it’s been fun exploring a new and more conceptual side to photography.
This is just one photo in a series that I’m working on.
Can’t wait to show you the rest and tell you what it all means.